Category Archives: Commentary

The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 AEV Concept Is Seriously Hard Core—and Chevy Might Build It

The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 AEV concept was introduced at the 2017 SEMA automotive trade show in Las Vegas. We were there to take in the technical specifications and off-road capabilities of what might soon be available as a production-spec upgrade for your very own ZR2. Ride along with us as we experience the truck’s performance … Read More

Rendered: BMW X2 M looks the part

The new BMW X2 was just unveiled with three options: basic, M Sport, and M Sport X and there are high hopes for an M series of the SUV. The probability of an X2 M being released is fairly low. The likelihood of the X3 M performance being manufactured is more probable and there is … Read More

Sound and Fury: JCW Tuning Kits Now Available for Mini Clubman and Countryman

John Cooper Works mini coop models are the most attractive thus far. John Cooper Works tuning kits are now available for a wider range of models which include the Countryman and Clubman S versions. The kit will raise the horsepower but will not quite bring the S models up to JCW qualifications. The kit will … Read More

Letting It Ride: Las Vegas Puts U.S.’s First Fully Self-Driving Shuttle into Service

A new self-driving bus is scheduled to be tested this week in Las Vegas. The 15 passenger van will navigate using a radar and video cameras. The test run will be on a 0.6 mile route and passengers for now, can ride for free. Nayva, the company that manufactures the shuttles, hopes to use data … Read More

2017 Porsche 911 Targa 4 PDK Automatic Tested: A Beautiful Conundrum

Porsche has given consumers many different choices, when it comes to their cars. They have many options and they are well worth it for people that are willing to drop 100,000 dollars on a car. With the Targa of today, there is one thing that cannot be chosen and that is rear wheel drive. Key … Read More

Consumer Group Says Car Loans Are Getting Longer and Costlier

A consumer group has said that car loans are getting a lot longer as well as more costly. Americans are getting much longer auto loans in order to take advantage of cheaper monthly payments. As a result, they are paying more to finance their cars and trucks. It is a phenomenon that has continued to … Read More

Driven: The World’s Most Busted-Out, Michelin-Tire-Testing BMW M3

In order to test tires for the retail market, they often have to be tested the old fashioned way, on a racetrack. The Michelin Performance Tires are specifically tested on a BMW M3. It was specifically used for it’s lightweight qualities. The car, no longer used was a classic and a workhorse, learn more about … Read More

2018 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T Driven! An Alternate Take on the Grand Tourer

The 2018 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T is a great car with a lot of amazing features. A twin turbo V-8 has stepped in for the V-12. Rear drive has replaced all wheel drive in this vehicle. The look of this car has been carefully crafted. The power train layout has been left alone in this … Read More

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport In-Depth Review: Grown-Up’s Subcompact Crossover

The 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport is receiving an in-depth review that is important. Grown ups will appreciate some of the core features with the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport. The subcompact crossover is a popular model and has a lot of great qualities too. Follow the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport as it makes it valuable debut … Read More

Prime Cuts: We Cut Open a Multimatic Spool-Valve Damper to Reveal Its Secrets

A damper is an important piece of machinery that needs to be used for projects. Take a look at a cut open sample of one damper on the market. That will reveal some of the secrets behind how it should work too. Everyday consumers may need to know a little about the damper and what … Read More

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